The Sand Land project was revised in trailer as a visual Adaptation of Manga by SUNRISE, Kamikaze Douga and ANIMA

Bandai Namco announced they will publish the visual adaptation of Sand Land called Sand Land Project. This project is expected to be a collaborative venture produced by the studios SUNRISE, Kamikaze Douga and ANIMA for a release in 2023.

Sand Land was created by Akira Toriyama, creator of Dragon Ball, and published in the Weekly Shonen Jump week from May 22, 2000 through August 28, 2000.

In the trailer, not much information was collected, but Bandai Namco said that The Sand Land project will introduce you to the world, characters, and vehicles from Sand Land through many collaborations and mediums.

The publisher also gave a series of reports:

About Sand Land: The manga was created by Akira Toriyama, author of Dragon Ball and Dr. Slump. The comic became popular worldwide from its publication in Weekly Shonen Jump in 2000. In recent years, it has been written in a huge number of years in the past.

From the desert to the desert where both demons and humans suffer from extreme water shortages, Beelzebub, the prince of demons, and Rao, a small-town sheriff, form a tag-team and embark on a flight to search for the Phantom Lake a moment besides the desert.

Stay up to date with regards to Sand Land development.

You can see the trailer below: